Culture and History



11 days



$3,065 – Ratio 10:2

$2,760- Ratio 15:2

$2,590 – Ratio 20:2

*On-Ground price per student without airfare.



June 25 – July 5, 2023

Program includes

  • 9 Nights of Accommodation
  • All Ground Transportation (inc. Transportation Pass)
  • Daily Continental Breakfast 
  • Welcome & Farewell Dinners 
  • Historical & Cultural Walking Tours
  • Full Time Local Guide
  • 24/7 On-Ground Emergency Support
  • Travelers Health Insurance & Liability Insurance 
  • Tips & Gratuities

Program Highlights

  • Reichstag Building Dome
  • Monument to the Battle of the Nations
  • Leipzig Cultural walking tour
  • The Wall Museum
  • Hamburg boat tour
  • DDR Museum
  • Berlin Cultural  walking tour
  • Jewish Museum Wien
  • Schönbrunn Palace
  • MozartHaus 
  • Hofburg Palace
  • Wien Cultural walking tour


DAY 1 – DEPARTURE Sunday, June 25

Depart Home for Berlin, Germany


DAY 2 – BERLIN Monday, June 26

Arrive in Berlin, Germany

Airport Transfer

Check-in, Relax & Refresh

Orientation Walking Tour – The group will become oriented with their neighborhood, the public transportation systems, nearby pharmacies, markets, ATMs, etc. Additionally, an in-depth safety briefing will be provided for what to do incase of an emergency. 

Berlin Historical & Cultural Walking Tour – Brandenburg Gate, Site of Hitler’s Bunker, Holocaust Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie, Gendarmenmarkt, The Berlin Wall, Pariser Platz, Luftwaffe HQ, Bebelplatz, TV Tower, Book Burning Memorial, and more…

Welcome Dinner – The group will be taken for an authentic dinner with a wide variety of menu options to cater all diets. 

Reichstag Building Dome- On October 30, 1991, the Council of Elders of the Bundestag decided that the historic Reichstag building by architect Paul Wallot from 1894 should be restored and used as the seat of an all-German parliament.

DAY 3 – LEIPZIG Tuesday, June 27

Breakfast & Day Briefing

Travel to Leipzig (approx. 1,5 hours) 

Cultural Walking Tour –  Stroll around the city to see The Marktplatz; Gohlis and Schiller House

Lunch Break  

Monument to the Battle of the Nations – Leipzig’s most famous landmark is located close to Napoleon’s former command post in the centre of the battlefield of the Battle of the Nations in 1813. The monument (which was constructed from concrete and granite porphyry and inaugurated in 1913) is a towering 91 metres high. Its viewing platform provides a stunning panoramic view of Leipzig and its surroundings.

Return to Berlin (approx. 1,5 hours)

DAY 4 – BERLIN Wednesday, June 28

Breakfast & Day Briefing

The Wall Museum – visitors experience the history of the division of Berlin and the most beautiful event of the Germans – the fall of the Berlin Wall, staged using multimedia and with a common thread from the construction of the Wall to its fall in 1989. The Mauer Museum is located in the former mill warehouse at the famous East Side Gallery and the Oberbaumbrücke border station.

Lunch Break 

DDR Museum –  Engage all of your senses to enjoy an immersive experience of everyday life in the former East Germany. Covering a range of topics based on sound academic research – everyday life, the Berlin Wall, the Stasi and much more – our exhibition encourages its visitors to touch, feel and interact, so as to gain a fun and rich understanding of the past.

DAY 5 – HAMBURG Thursday, June 29

Breakfast & Day Briefing
Travel to Hamburg (approx. 2 hours) 

Boat Tour –  See the key sights of Germany’s biggest port city. We will take you to Altenwerder container terminal – the most modern in the world. We then cruise along the enormous ships through the canals into the historic warehouse complex. 

Lunch Break  

Cultural Immersion

Return to Berlin (approx. 2 hours)

DAY 6 – BERLIN Friday, June 30

Breakfast & Day Briefing

Free Day in Berlin


Museum Island  –  Museum Island is a unique ensemble of five museums on Spree Island in the district of Mitte in Berlin. The entire complex is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.


DAY 7 – BERLIN/WIEN Saturday, July 1

Breakfast & Day Briefing
Train Transfer to Wien (approx. 8 hours) 

Check-in, Relax & Refresh
Vienna Historical & Cultural Walking Tour – Opera House, Hofburg, St. Michael’s Square, Imperial Crypt, Mozart, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Jewish Quarter, Bermuda Triangle, St. Rupert’s Church and more…

DAY 8 – WIEN Sunday, July 2 

Breakfast & Day Briefing 

Mozarthaus Guided Tour- Discover the life and work of the musical genius Wolfgang Amadé Mozart, with particular emphasis on his Vienna years from 1781 to 1791, in a unique setting. 

Lunch Break

Schönbrunn Palace – Schönbrunn Palace was the main summer residence of the Habsburg rulers. The 1,441-room Rococo palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historic monuments in the country.


DAY 9 – WIEN Monday, July 3

Breakfast & Day Briefing

Jewish Museum – The Jewish Museum of the City of Vienna is a place of encounter, interaction and understanding, which seeks to raise awareness of Jewish history, religion, and culture.

Lunch Break

Hofburg Palace – The Hofburg Palace is the imperial seat of the Hapsburg Dynasty in Austria. Every inch of this palace drips in luxury and royalty. There is a lot of history that has happened in this palace and had served as the prime residence for Empress Maria Theresa, Emperor Franz II, and, for a while, even the German Emperor.

DAY 10 – WIEN Tuesday, July 4

Breakfast & Day Briefing 

Free Day in Wien

Farewell Dinner & Program Closing


DAY 11 – RETURN Wednesday, July 5

Breakfast & Day Briefing
Airport Transfer

Depart Wien, Austria for Home

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